- Read more: Advancing women’s economic empowerment in the tourism sector in COVID-19 response and recovery
UN Women have published a report: It is available to download HERE.
- Read more: COVID-19 and the Sustainable Development Goals: Reversing progress towards decent work for all
“COVID-19 and the Sustainable Development Goals: Reversing progress towards decent work for all” has been published by the International Labour Organisation here
- Read more: Impact of COVID-19 Income Supports on Employees – Insights from Real Time Administrative Sources, Series 3
“Impact of Selected COVID-19 Income Supports on Employees – Series 3” update is now available from the Central Statistics Office here
- Read more: Public underweighted risk of COVID transmission when meeting others indoors
“Public underweighted risk of COVID transmission when meeting others indoors” Research Bulletin is available from the ESRI here
- Read more: Gender-Based Violence in Ireland
Violence against women is a “devastatingly pervasive” global issue (WHO, 2021). Data from the World Health Organisation (WHO) and its partners shows that one in three women worldwide have experienced physical or sexual violence, mostly by an intimate partner, and that this number has remained largely unchanged since 2011 (WHO, 2021).
- Read more: Facing an infodemic: How Ireland has communicated evidence-informed responses to COVID-19 on social media?
Social media platforms have become a critical communication tool for generating and disseminating information, and are key public communication strategy misinformation.
- Read more: The Care Economy, Covid-19 Recovery and Gender Equality – A Summary Report
Ursula Barry, Emeritus Associate Professor, Gender Studies, School of Social Policy, Social Work and Social Justice, UCD Introduction 1 The propensity to care and the work of caring are the lifeblood of our social and economic systems. Care is central to the reproduction of society, part of the fundamental social infrastructure which holds society together.…
- Read more: Home Education Resources and Achievement in Reading and Maths: Exploring the Potential Consequences of School Closures in Ireland
Darragh Flannery, Kemmy Business School, Economics Department, University of Limerick The impact of school closures in terms of learning loss or other education or labour market outcomes will most likely take years to assess accurately. However, a recent working paper by Zsuzsa Blaskó, Patricia da Costa and Sylke Schnepf of the European Commission’s Joint Research…
- Read more: Institutional investment in the private rental sector in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic: a review of international ‘grey literature’ and reflections on the Irish context
Michael Byrne, School of Social Policy, Social Work and Social Justice, UCD Introduction The impact of Covid-19 on tenants in the private rental sector has been widely discussed in media and policy debates (see Byrne, 2021), but there has been very little discussion of its impact on investment in the PRS. This is an important…